All Home King County plans to bring youth at risk of or experiencing homelessness indoors as part of a 100-day challenge posed by A Way Home Washington. Pierce and Spokane counties will also participate.
Counties involved with the challenge, which launched April 20, will receive financial support from the Schultz Family Foundation and the Raikes Foundation. The Rapid Results Institute, a nonprofit based out of Connecticut, will offer support.
Ashley Archibald is a Staff Reporter covering local government, policy and equity. Have a story idea? She can be can reached at ashleya (at) realchangenews (dot) org. Twitter @AshleyA_RC
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